Naogaon, Nov 3 (UNB) – Robbers looted a jewellery shop in the district town early Saturday and took away gold ornaments, weighing 500 bhori.
Toufiqur Rahman Babu, owner of Rumi Jewellers claimed a gang of hoodlums swooped on a next-door shop Akhi Electronics and later they entered his shop by making a hole in the wall between the shops and looted the gold and Tk one lakh cash.
Citing CCTV footage, officer-in-charge of Naogaon Sadar Police Station Md Abdul Hai said the bandits intruded into the shop around 4 pm.
As the market was closed for the weekly holiday on Friday, the robbers had much time to commit the crime, said the official.
The robbers also took away the electronic devices connected to CCTV cameras so that nobody could get any footage of the incident.
A special investigation team from Rajshahi reached there and took fingerprints and other clues, the OC added.
Md Iqbal Hossain, Naogaon district police super, said several police teams were investigating to find out who committed the robbery.
Dhaka, Nov 3(UNB) – At least three people were killed while another severely injured in separate road accidents in Jhenaidah and Manikganj districts on Saturday.
The deceased were identified as Al-Amin, 45, son of late Samsuddin Mandal of Ararpur and Shafiqul Islam, 37, of Jhenaidah Sadar upazila and Shamim Mia, 18, son of Ayar Ali and also first-year student of Gheor Government Degree College in Manikganj.
In Jhenaidah, a bus hit Al-Amin while he was crossing the road, leaving him severely injured, said Emdadul Haque Sheikh, officer-in-charge of Jhenaidah Sadar Police Station.
Later, he was rushed to Jhenaidah Sadar Hospital where the duty doctors declared him dead.
The bus also hit Azizul Haque, an elderly man, when the driver lost his control over the steering while fleeing the scene after hitting Al-Amin, leaving him severely injured, said the OC.
In another incident, police recovered the body of a man who might have been run over by a vehicle near Chutlia-Moor area in the upazila on Friday night, said the OC.
In Manikganj, a human hauler hit Shamim while he was standing beside a bridge, leaving him dead on the spot, said Md Anisul Haque, officer-in-charge of Ghior Police Station.
Police couldn’t seize the human hauler, the OC added.